help?? is a hemroid supposd to do this??? i dont know if this is normal?

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   Posted 6/24/2009 5:51 PM (GMT -7)   
k, i am 15, and i recently noticed that my hemroid rwas bleeding after a boul movement.the hemroid isnt up the hole (sorry, couldnt find another word for that) its sorta befor on one of the cheeks.the next day, there was this fleshy blood stuff coming off, sorta like a gooey flesh, maybe dead skin or a scab trying to heal-stuff coming off the hemroid. the blood itself it light red, sorta  pinkish red. just a little while ago i had another bowl movement, this time, it bled alot more than last time, like i seen some drops of blood coming from it, and more of that fleshy stuff...can someone help me?? could i possibly busted a hole in the hemroid?
+also, can a 15 year old like me get a hemroid??? and a few weeks ago i had a horrible rash (like i said in the other thread) which cause me to itch violently, could that be the cause?

Post Edited (i hate hemriods.) : 6/24/2009 7:11:02 PM (GMT-6)

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   Posted 6/25/2009 11:28 AM (GMT -7)   
Are you sexually active? Genital herpes might meet this description, and you can get them even if your partner uses a condom, because they're spread just by touching the pubic area (which means you can get them even if you don't actually have sex, but if you rub together naked, and I think it can even pass between touching with hands from the infected place to the person who is not infected).

This might also be linked to that poision ivy problem you had; it might be a blister that's infected or not healing right because of the position it is in.

Bleeding after a bowel movement is normal with hemmroids. I'm not sure about the fleshy bit, but then I've never had an external hemmroid. And yes, you can get them even at 15. I think I had internal ones by that age.

All in all, you need to have a doctor look at it to determine what it is and how to treat it. Sometimes external hemmroids have to be removed with a very quick surgical procedure. Even President Regan had to have some removed while he was President!

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   Posted 6/26/2009 1:20 PM (GMT -7)   
hello again,

You say your "hemroid" is on the cheek? That does not sound like a hemroid to me. They would be in the "hole" or around the rim.

You had said previously that this all started after a brush with poison ivy. If so this could just be a sore from that and due to the location, having more difficulty healing. The gooey flesh could certainly be clotting blood, which , if so, means it is attempting to heal after bleeding.

I know you said you were going to see a doctor, that will help get some answers. Until then keep it cool and dry (good for hemroids or poison ivy).
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